Marco Rubio is the Florida senator whose name has featured prominently in the current presidential campaign. Some veteran GOP members have argued that the young politician might be the party’s best hope, especially at a time when criticism is mounting against Donald Trump’s divisive approach. But Rubio candle appears to be dimmed by somewhat poor performance during the Super Tuesday contest.
Of course, a victory in the Florida March 15 primary would give him momentum, but his current showing so far doesn’t do anything to encourage such notion. And if Marco Rubio loses his home state, that’d definitely be the end of his journey in the 2016 presidential contest. And that’s not just where it ends – a Florida loss would embarrass the energetic politician who’s been referred to as ‘brilliant’ and ‘ambitious’.